Wingstop Restaurants Inc. plans to debut Wingstop Sports — a larger, fast-casual version of Wingstop — in Brownsville, Texas. The test unit, scheduled to open around Thanksgiving, will feature an expanded menu that uses a grill, unlike typical Wingstop restaurants. It will also have more seating, a patio, a bar and more televisions for watching sports, executives said Monday. “This offers a bigger opportunity for in-house dining,” said Jim Flynn, president and chief ...
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